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often in the united states until recently. now the rate of liver cancer in america is growing np a recent study, researchers discovered a vitamin may lower the risk. donna hamilton has this morning's woman's doctor. >> a few months ago bonnie kirby wu diagnosed with liver cancer after she noticed her midsection was swollen. >> i was so bloated. i looked like a bull frog. from there they found that i needed to be drained and that i had three spots, or four spots on my liver. >> we'll see how much that is on the mri. >> doctors say it is prevalent world wide but numbers are increasing dramatically in the united states. the fight against liver cancer, a recent chinese study looked at vitamin e and liver cancer risk after following thousands of men and women for several years. >> they found none of them developed liver cancer, but they were trying to correlate the intake of vitamin e with the risk of liver cancer. they found those people who developed liver cancer had much lower dietary intake of vitamin e. >> at mercy medical center, kelly o'connor said vitamin e is found in many he
, former attorney general of the united states and he was in baltimore and familiar with the convention. he wrote them a letter the same day and was glad to accept the nomination but he was a mason and offered them a way out. had to tell them beforehand and it was an embarrassing situation and they decided to stick with him as the nominee of their party. were women at these conventions ever? >> not certainly as active participants. they were there as observers. most of the conventions had galleries above the convention floor and special sections for the women to appear. sometimes gentlemen could have preferred seating. you could sit on the bench if you brought a woman with you so one of the conventions, stories about men going out on the sidewalks in the streets and picking up women and school girls and paying them a quarter, 50 cents, to accompany them through the door. one woman did that several times, go out on the street and come in again. >> that's very interesting. if people want to learn about your book or if they want to you speak about your book, how can they get in touch with you?
the upcoming election. and to know that the first lady of these entire united states is coming to baltimore in support of her husband in support of the democratic party, it's a great joy for us. >> we're starting to get a better glimpse at the financial picture of mitt and an romney this morning after his campaign release it had tax returns. >> mitt romni -- >> he earned more than 13 million mostly from investment income. of that he paid about 2 million in taxes or a rate of 14%. as the candidate steps up his appearances and his attacks. >> he said he can't change washington from inside. he can only change it from outside. we're going to give him that chance in november. >> it was romney's rapid response to the president. >> you can't change washington just from the inside. you change it from the outside. >> but in virginia, mr. obama has hid own comeback. >> he set up a rally called i'll get the job done from the inside. what kind of inside job is he talking about? >> the sparg also continued in new orleans. >> voucher program is not going to be a good deal. >> at an aarp conference. >> th
election. and to know that the first lady of the entire united states is coming to baltimore in support of her husband and the democratic party is a great joy for us. >> in baltimore, wbal tv 11 news. >>> this morning mitt romney has released his latest tax returns for 2011 to prove that he paid a rate of at least 13%. in fact, it was 14% last year. 11 news reporter steve handlesman has more. >> mitt romney paid far less tax than he predicted he would pay. when his taxes became an issue last winter. but less than he legally had to in 2011. he made $13.7 million mostly from investments. he donated $4 million to charity. but he only deducted $2.25 million. so he paid $1.9 million, 14.1% in federal income taxes. in las vegas today, romney didn't talk about his taxes. instead claiming he would be the real change president. >> president obama raised up the white flag of surrender again yesterday. he said you can't change washington from the inside. you have to do it from the outside. we're gonna give him that chance. >> earlier today in virginia, president obama fired back at romney. >> chan
to come out and take part. >> about a million and a half people with parkinson's in the united states so it's a common condition and something that people should try to work to help prevent and treat. >> and are there good medications out there to help with this now? >> as you can tell, i have a tiny tremor but no one knew besides my family and the reason is because there's quite good treatment. it's actually old fashioned treatment, levodopa is the common treatment to replace the dopamine that you lose, the neurotransmitter in your brain that's reduced in parkinson's gets replaced by levodopa but there's need for better medications. >> and to help fund the things people need and that's what the walk is about. thank you so much for coming in. >> thanks for having us. >> more news coming up. >> it's an eye-catching message on john's hopkins university campus, how dangerous distracted walking can be. a new campaign near the discretion of st. paul and 33rd streets is aimed to get students to put down cell phones and pay attention. kai reed has more. >> 12 hours, 3,000 shoes and one life-sav
turnout in the united states. believe it or not, that was the actual statistic voting in the 2008 presidential election in one segment of the population. adults from families earning at least $100,000 a year. on the flip side, the census bureau reports those earning $20,000 or less a year had a 52% turnout. the gap has to do with how much voters feel they have at stake. and also how much they feel that their vote will actually influence change. >>> it's unfortunate, but when school budgets get tight, usually the first thing to disappear is the school's music program. >> but one band instructor is doing something to change that. we'll tell you about it after the break. >>> but first here's a look at last night's winning lottery numbers. [ woman ] ring. ring. progresso. your soups are so awesomely delicious my husband and i can't stop eating 'em! what's...that... on your head? can curlers! we got a lotta empty cans. tomato basil, potato with bacon, 80 different kinds... no wonder we're going through this stuff! hey, hon, want some soup? you bet! [ male announcer ] progresso. you got
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